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I took Plan B twice in one week which was the last week of August. I know it's bad and people say it will throw my period off A LOT. I had spotting (even though it seemed like a period) two weeks ago and I was supposed to get my period 21 days after I took Plan B the last time. It still hasn't come and I took a pregnancy test at home but it came out negative. I'm not sure why it hasn't come yet. I've been having cramping and sore breasts like its coming but nothing. What should I do?
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There's really nothing you can do. Plan B is a massive does of hormones, and the most common side effect is late/missing periods for as much as a couple months after taking it. So don't worry about - this is a normal side effect.

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